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Presumptive Parents – It May Take Two or More in California

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October 29, 2013

Child Custody and Support Attorney Los Angeles by Vanessa Soto Nellis 818.907.3274 Remember Hillary Clinton’s 1996 book, “It Takes a Village”? It seems California Family Law Courts will now play by that theme, when circumstances

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Bad Pennies: Financial Arguments Top Predictor of Divorce

Vanessa Soto Nellis | Shareholder

August 21, 2013

Spousal Support Attorney by Vanessa Soto Nellis 818.907.3274 Money. According to a recent study at Kansas State University (KSU), arguments about finance are top ranking predictors of divorce. The actual causes of divorce are a

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How Does the DOMA Ruling Affect Estate Planning?

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July 25, 2013

Trusts & Estate Planning Attorney by Kira S. Masteller 818.907.3244 The United States Supreme Court’s ruling on Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) on June 26, declaring the definition of marriage as

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Post-DOMA for Employers

With the dust just settling on Wednesday’s ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act, or DOMA, and Proposition 8 federal court opinions, now is the time for employers to consider the potential impact on their

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